Episode 22: The Training Room, the Whirlpool, the Adhesive Tape...

Episode 22: The Training Room, the Whirlpool, the Adhesive Tape...

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Note: I don't know how Episode 22 was posted twice this morning. There was only one in there when I scheduled it to post. I'll speak with my hosting platform, but I'll leave them both up for now to not mess with anyone's downloads. Sorry for any confusion.

This Season Three finale is more about TV trivia than sports, and actually started out as part of an earlier episode before becoming a stand-alone episode and spawning a spin-off of its own. It's like the Empty Nest of Golden Girls Sports.

I was going to use all of these sports and relationship jokes in Episode 12, when we talked about Blanche's cheerleading life. But the relationship stuff was getting too long and there was enough cheerleading stuff to carry a full episode, so I cut it. When I got around to finally doing the relationships episode, I included a section on the history of pro sports in Florida. Then that got too long, so I cut it, too.

That stuff will be used for a mini-episode to be run during our hiatus between Seasons 3 and 4. And I have another mini-episode planned for that break, too.

Thanks again for listening and following Golden Girls Sports. Please subscribe so you don't miss Season 4 when it premieres later this summer. We've already gone over 120-plus sports references from the show and we have plenty more on the horizon, plus a few surprises. 


REFERENCES

Colucci, Jim. Golden Girls Forever. Harper Design, 2017. (Amazon link)

Alan King, The Guardian, by Mike Carlson, May 17, 2004

Alan King, Comic, Actor Dies at 76, The Associated Press, by Janie Ho, May 9, 2004

Alan King, the Comic with Chutzpah, dies at 76, New York Times, by Bruce Weber, May 10, 2004

Ruby Dee wikipedia entry

Ruby Dee memorial slideshow, CBS News

Veteran actors Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis arrested at protest, CNN, March 24, 1999

He's trying to keep it inside, LA Times, by Maria Elena Fernandez, December 12, 2004

Peter Graves, Biography.com, April 2, 2014

Peter Graves, 'Mission: Impossible' star, dies at 83, New York Times, by Michael Pollack, March 14, 2010

Peter Graves obituary, The Guardian, by Ronald Bergan, March 15, 2010

Meg Wyllie, Variety, by Doug Galloway, February 10, 2002

Meg Wyllie wikipedia entry

Ruby Dee, a ringing voice for civil rights, on stage and off, dies at 91, New York Times, by Bruce Weber, June 13, 2014

Ruby Dee: An Actress Who Marched On Washington And Onto The Screen, NPR.org, by Mandalit del Barco, June 12, 2014


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Oginiland by U.S. Army Blues

Dance Of The Stargazer by U.S. Army Blues

Impossible Mission by Johnny Weltraum

1 - Fast by Lloyd Rodgers

Eerie Mausoleum by Visager

Minisode 1: A Baseball Team in Tampa

Minisode 1: A Baseball Team in Tampa

Episode 21: This isn’t the Orange Bowl, is it?

Episode 21: This isn’t the Orange Bowl, is it?